I found out the hard way in college that you could use your debit card to get money even if you are out of cash. Most banks will let you go over what you have in the account in an effort to “help you” and gather overdraft fees at the same time.
This is the SS Huckleberry, and one of only four entries in the 2010 Zombie Safe House Competition. When you think about it, it makes a lot of sense going on the rivers, since zombies will probably have trouble eating you if they have to swim.
Come on, admit it, you’ve wanted a phone watch since you were a kid. Heck, I wanted a TV watch, a video game watch, etc. There’s something über-cool about having the world around your wrist. Well, this USB phone watch, which also comes with GPS, might be worth a look.
Looking for the perfect gift for your child? Well here’s an idea, get them a new bed. I know what you’re thinking, a kid is going to get as excited about a new bed as they would a pair of socks on Christmas morning.
Last week, Google officially announced their second smartphone, the Nexus S. The phone features a 4-inch curved glass screen, a 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird CPU, 512MB of RAM and 16GB of Flash storage. The Nexus S will also be the first phone to come with Gingerbread – the latest version of the Android OS – pre-installed.
The Flix on Stix scheme is simple: customers bring their own USB drive or SD card to a kiosk and rent a digital copy of the movie/s they want. Payment is made via credit card. The files will then delete themselves when the specified number of days are up.
I’m not sure exactly what brought this on, but a bunch of Stormtroopers were recently spotted hanging out at a building in Miami Beach. Why? Why not, I say.
Apparently, these wacky hi-jinx are the work of MR.
For a mere £999 (appx. $1,566 USD) you can purchase this bedazzled Samsung Galaxy Tab from Crystalroc. Crystalroc specializes in this kind of thing, kind of what Colorware does for colored gadgets, they do with crystals.
Oh Sony. Sometimes you act like Brando. Your first generation PS3s are much better than the latter ones in terms of features. I think aside from the latest iPod Nano, the PS3 is the only major electronic product I know of that devolved as the years progressed.